Hotel Pavillon de l’Emyrne

This charming boutique hotel is situated in a traditional building built in the 1930s right in the heart of Antananarivo, offering beautiful views of the Royal Hill of Ambohimanga and its surrounding plains. Owned and operated by a French family who have lived in Madagascar for generations, the Hotel Pavillon de l’Emyrne has 12 welcoming guestrooms, each distinct in decor and featuring a private ensuite bathroom, safe and minibar. In the rooms and throughout the property are pieces of furniture or objets d’art from old Madagascar, infusing the atmosphere with history and character.

At the centre of the main house is an intimate dining room reserved exclusively for guests, where breakfast buffets and private meals are served. There is also an onsite restaurant nestled in the small, tranquil garden on the grounds which is open to the public. This is where you can sample both classic French and Malagasy specialties or sip a glass of wine.

Car rental or taxi can be arranged by the warm, friendly staff at Hotel Pavillon de l’Emyrne to attractions throughout the city. Alternatively, guests can navigate the streets on foot. Close to the property is a lake, whilst there are a number of quality eateries within easy walking distance. Should you wish to relax, a massage therapist can also be arranged.


How to get to Hotel Pavillon de l’Emyrne

Located in the centre of Antananarivo, Hotel Pavillon de l’Emyrne is approximately 50 minutes’ drive from Madagasacar’s Ivato International Airport.

Activities at Hotel Pavillon de l’Emyrne

  • City tour
  • Visit to Royal Hill of Ambohimanga

*Some activities are available at extra cost.

Hotel Pavillon de l’Emyrne Highlights

  • A character-filled boutique hotel in the heart of Antananarivo city
  • With views of the sacred Royal Hill of Ambohimanga
  • 12 individual guestrooms with every necessary modern comfort
  • A popular onsite restaurant serving fine French and Malagasy cuisine
  • A great base for visitors to discover the attractions of ‘Tana’

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Madagascar Overview

Why should I travel to Madagascar?
Filled with remarkable plants, birds and animals the island of Madagascar is often called the “Galapagos of the Indian Ocean”. With an African and Indonesian heritage, overlaid with French colonial influences, it also has a fascinating history and culture.

What animals will I see in Madagascar?
You can explore Madagascar’s many national parks and reserves by car, on foot or by boat in search of strange and rare species, such as the many types of lemur, chameleon, birds, insects and plants.

What is the climate of Madagascar?
The climate is generally hot and subtropical. The north and east are wetter and the west and south drier. May to October is cooler, with plenty of sunshine, and the best time to visit.

What can I combine Madagascar with?
A safari in South Africa or Botswana for big game viewing. None of Africa’s famous large mammals like lion, elephant or zebra can be seen in Madagascar.

How to get to Madagascar?
There are flights from Johannesburg (South Africa) or Nairobi (Kenya) to Ivato Airport, 12km from Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar.

Do I need a Visa for Madagascar? Please call us on 1300 363 302

Do I need vaccinations for Madagascar? Please call us on 1300 363 302

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